Along with Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones, Google is also expected to showcase a range of new and revamped products including the updated Home speaker, high-end laptop and updated Virtual Reality (VR) gear.
We're fairly certain you can expect to see the announcement of Google's new flagship Android phone, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. But, there's more to the story. Here are the six products that Google is likely to launch today. Google has confirmed this feature will be coming to the United Kingdom later this year, but was unable to give an exact launch date here.
But the most intriguing feature of the Pixel Buds is the integrated Google Translate feature. Squeezing the bezels of the Pixel 2 will trigger pre-set or programmable actions.
The LG-made Pixel 2 XL will come in a "Black & White" and "Just Black" colours and be available with 64GB or 128GB storage, according to the latest leaks. Earlier reports point out that the Pixel 2 will be priced at $649 (approximately Rs 42,500) while the Pixel 2 XL will be priced at $840 (approximately Rs 55,000).
Finally, they are also Daydream-ready, allowing you to take advantage of the new Daydream View.
The hardware inside is expected to be similar on both handsets, which means the key differentiation would come from the display size and the battery capacity. Prices will start at $1,199 (around Rs. 78,315/-). It runs on Core i5 and i7 processors.
The US technology firm has just announced its new Home Mini and Home Max speakers.
Same as the Home Mini speaker, the GooglePixelbook also listed on a website named Synnex. Its pretty evident that the Google Home Max will compete with the other smart speakers in the market including the ones from Sonos and Apple HomePod.
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Here's another look at Google Pixel 2 XL and Google Home Mini
The product is still believed to be in the development stage and it could be some time before it's made available to the public. Google is going to unveil its next line-up of Pixel smartphones in a few hours from now at the Pixel event in San Francisco.
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